As many have wondered for long, what causes the prostatitis infection? When one ejaculates, the prostate gland squeezes fluid into one’s urethra, making up a large portion of one’s semen. Bacteria in the fluid will be carried back into one’s blood, bringing infection to the internal system, causing large-scale conditions. As for the acute bacterial prostatitis, it is usually caused by the bacterial infection which also includes flu-like symptoms. Similarly, he chronic bacterial prostatitis, which is more commonly found, is caused by the recurrent bacterial infections. A minor infection, if not monitored and cured properly in time, would always turn out to cause much more severe prostatitis conditions. It’s always of vital importance to beware of the infections oneself and go seek medical aids as soon as one finds that something is abnormal.
Before going seek for medical help, one can judge for himself whether there is infection present or not. There are obvious signs that one can look out for as the premiere of severe prostatitis infection. The first one is the burning feeling while urinating. Many do not take the burning feeling as serious, but it can be a sign of something more severe and urgent. Second of all, the frequent or urgent urination, or more generally, abnormal urination patterns, also signals that there might be minor prostatitis infection remaining. Additionally, pain around the groin or lower back, in the bladder or around the testicle should be taken seriously as indication of an acute prostatitis infection.
In the meanwhile, there is a set of diagnostic tests that one can approach in the first stage. Urine tests always come in handy as the first weapon to test whether there are signs of infection left in one’s urine. Moving off to the next stage, the doctor would examine one’s samples of blood for the causes of the prostatitis infections. Other methods such as the post-prostatic massage and the imaging tests are also being utilized by the medical professionals in determining whether there is infection present and how we can locate and get rid of it.
Then one would ask how can the infection be cured? If seeking advice from medical professionals, one would be given antibiotics prescribed for 6 to 12 weeks. Additional antibiotic treatment may be needed if the infection returns. Another method with fewer side effects to the body would be the herbal remedy. Many have tried and endorsed the effectiveness of herbal treatments, especially the Nanke Pill from Dr. Ming’s clinic. By curing men’s reproductive diseases like epididymitis, prostatitis, sperm problem, the Nanke Pill has proved effective among many of its firm customers.
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